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pump. prices are going up incredibly fast all across the country, especially am california -- in california. >> reporter: nationally gas prices sit at an all time high but in california a real sticker shock as it sures 20 cents over-- soars 20 cents overnight. the owner had to use upside down two's on its side. in los angeles gas hit $5.69. at the independently owned low p station, gas was nearly $6. their profit is down to 10 cents a gallon. >> we have no choice. we can take it all down and have no gas or charge that. >> reporter: with prices, they're expected to rise. those on fixed incomes worry. >> i don't know how everyone can make this these days. >> reporter: the only good news, the extreme price shocks in california might be unique. it's suffering from the lowest inventory in 10 years and other problems. >> we've had six consecutive weeks of setting prices. the national average is $3.69. >> reporter: with prices continuing to rise, what may seem like high prices today could be a bargain tomorrow. >>> it is the silver lining on the cooler days of fall but getting tha
investigation. >>> a fantasy league based on sexual activity was organized in california. boys would draft female students who were totally unaware of the league. the boys would earn points to document sexual activity with the girls. the school sent home a let are and it is going to have campus assemblies to prevent something like this from happening in the future. >> as a mother of four girls, i couldn't be happier. >> the school originally learned about it and an investigation revealed this had been going on for five or six years. >>> when it was introduced, the purpose was to pump up the crowds. now there's competition handle cheerleaders perform highly dangerous stunts. they say chore leaders should be protected. >> reporter: it may seem like a lot of fun but with all the flips, kicks and jumps, a cheerleader can get injured. there's a list on how to keep cheerleaders safe. these days cheerleaders are a lot like acrobats there. 's some debate over whether that's a sport. some organizations say it does not meet the criteria but the aap said this should be treated like one. like other at
bats is the former police chief of oakland california. council members want to hear his goals for keeping our city safe and sound. >> comfortable, sunshine and low 60s after a day in the mid-60s. just dropped to 59 in sparrows point. 65 in denton. 63 in gaithersburg. you can see the setup, a few passing clouds. further north and west a significant rain maker that will bring showers, maybe a few thunderstorms tomorrow night and rafael, at least what's left of the hurricane passing offshore. this evening down to the 50s, clear and cool. >> do not call. that's the simple request made by many of you. >> but some of you are still getting the unwanted calls. the problem was, posed back if february. >> reporter: when they first came out with the don't call list, i thought great, get on it. but after years here i'm realizing it don't work. >> reporter: she would hang up her phone if she could but it's tied to her alarm system. >> i have been getting probably around 50 calls a month. >> reporter: many are recorded messages or robocallers. >> most of them are from credit card companies.
's something interesting. former california governor, arizona arnold schwarzenegger's book hits the bookstore. he opens up to what led to his brakeup with maria siver. in an exclusive interview with "good morning america," he still holds out hope for restoring his marriage. >> it's just one of the disasterrous situations and the worst thing i've ever done. i'm sure maria wish we could be together and i all wish we could be together. >> his son with the former housekeeper was dleferred days after shriver delivered their child. >>> milk and diapers. talk about must-haves. >> there's a diaper shortage. we'll tell you why your hug dpis and -- huggies and pampers may be hard to find. >> can you swallow $6 a gallon for your morning cereal. >>> i'm abc2 meteorologist wyatt everhart. now the clouds are rolling in. we'll talk about the chance for rain coming up. >>> parties, you better -- parents, you better stock up on these before things get messy. we could be facing a shortage of diapers. the popular brands will set up operations overseas. >>> the price of milk could soon double. it could did back
they grow up. >>> a 10-year-old in california knows he wants to be a paramedic. salem palmer received a medal for helping another student. his classmate began cloaking on a piece of pizza and paul more knew what to do. >> i was in the cafeteria. a kid was eating it while he was coming to throw his food away. then he was choking on it and i did the heimlich. >> this is not the first time paul more has come to the rescue. he was also rescued by the fire department from saving his neighbor's home from a fire. >> what a trooper. >>> every year thousands of women work to recover from breast cancer. >> that story and much more on abc2 news at 6 which starts right now. >>> my grandson, my niece, my nephew, my mom all burned in a fire. >> a grandmother died in a fire refusing to abandon her four grandchildren. >> what you can do to prevent another tragedy like this from happening. >> it's win or go home for the orioles. we'll go live to the bronx where the orioles are facing elimination. first, a fire in northeast baltimore kill as. >> and mother and four children. >> the fire started just af
. chances are your odds were never good. the game is rigged. in california it is 1 in 12. >> terrible odds. we want to know will it be -- where you should go if you want an unexpected mild winter. you've heard them argue everything from big bird to binders. what they have it say about foreign policy. >>> another day. some say we'll see snow, but i hope not. this gives us a 50/50 shot. >> government forecasters say the east coast falls under equal chance. temperatures could be above or near normal. if you want the guarantee of a nice winter, they say the western half will be dry and warm. >> i'm going west. we want to weigh in with the expert. >> it's still early, though, i would imagine. >> there's all kinds of things. >> you know the oscillation of the jet stream and lot of things. at the end of the day going more than 30 days out you're kind of in what i call view don't land. snow here in maryland. >> you can't predict it the day before. so i'll reserve judgment. >> let us know in d.c. >> no snow. >> but we will be cooler by sunday morning. >> as you come out, join us in hunt valley for
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